"I just moved in to a whole new place, I've been there a month or so".
"It's exciting to be back on the East Coast", Irving said.
Irving played his high school ball in New Jersey, before departing for a single season to play collegiately at Duke in North Carolina. "Getting used to seeing the green and white, getting enriched with the Celtics organization and the culture, getting used to the city - I was an opponent going into Boston".
"It's a really major city". You get it all, especially in Boston.
The difference between Boston and Cleveland is practically night and day. Irving would go on to talk about the differences in culture and food and people - obvious facts. Consistently. No matter what hour throughout the night.
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